Poem By Lawrence S. Pertillar

It should not take,
A trapping of a deceiver...
To admit misdeeds.
Or apologies done,
To expect a forgiveness received,
From those duped...
By a skilled liar.
Lives have been tormented,
By people like this.

It should take one conscious,
Of those things done they do.
To save everyone from the embarrassment,
Of choosing others to accuse.
When the culprit sits preparing to make direct hits...
After being solicited for regular visits,
To delight all with the making of false impressions.
Although entertaining are the embellishments.

And others,
Assist in the doing of the damaged,
On others done.
Like the accomplices they've become.

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